I know four years isn't a huge age difference, but in school everyone matures differently especially between a freshmen and a senior.
I Know there are some freshmen girls that are wise beyond their years, so they are capable of dating a senior guy.
I was not going to toss that relationship away just because she was two years younger than me.
It was rocky at times, but we sort of made it work even 300 miles away. Nope, but maybe it never was going to last forever..is life.
We were in the same "maturity range" as far as life experience and of course, physical appearance goes so it wasn't weird at all. Like teens who exchange nude pics with consent being charged for pedophilia and actually being found guilty when the age difference was one or two years. They have an extremely weird history of lawsuits based on this stuff. If y'all were dating before you were 18, and if you're familiar with the minor's family, you're probably fine. People get weird about age gaps (not one that small), but some relationships are worth it.
I'm not completely up to date on what a senior and stuff is, but if you're asking if it's weird that an 18 year old dates a 17 year old then fuck no. Like teens who exchange nude pics with consent being charged for pedophilia and actually being found guilty when the age difference was one or two years. But realize that you're basically at the mercy of their legal guardian's rules - with that small of an age difference, it's unlikely to go bad, but hey. As long as you play by the rules, doesn't matter what anyone else says - do what feels right to you, because that's the only thing that will matter further down the road.
They’ll retreat to what is comfortable – spending time with family, old friends, and for some, a high-school sweetheart.What do you need to consider before getting into a long-distance relationship?In any relationship, trust and communication are important.Walking up to the podium to accept your diploma, you imagine your life next year – freedom from your parents, beautiful collegiate campuses, joining a sorority.But it’s not all out with the old and in with the new.